Holy Cross Ed Prof Dismisses School Choice

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When education professors look at school choice they assume that any limits on the program are inherent to it. “Still, the choice movement has unfolded largely at the margins of American public education” Jack Schneider, an assistant professor of education at Holy Cross writes in The Washington Monthly. “That isn’t to say that school choice is a fringe issue.”

“Anyone attuned to education policy debates knows that isn’t the case. But the charter sector comprises only a fraction of total public school enrollments, and voucher programs remain relatively uncommon.” And, of course, teacher’s unions are innocent bystanders in this process;>)